As the US Senate debates AI regulation, privacy issues resurface

04/08/2023 | WIRED

The US Congress is currently engaged in a debate to tackle the rapid rise of artificial intelligence (AI). Despite their united front on the need for legislation, lawmakers are struggling to resolve old privacy debates, which are proving to be a major impediment. With the tightrope of bipartisanship already tricky to navigate, the addition of AI in the age-old discussion between laissez-faire capitalism and Big Brother makes the task even more complex. For a review of the political nightmare the US has found itself in, WIRED has the details.

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